This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.
View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: and two c For the number , we say zero in counting and arithmetic ‘o’ in phone numbers etc. zero for the temperature nil for the score in most sports d FRACTIONS DECIMALS 1/2 a half 0.5 zero point five 1/3 a third 0.33 zero point three three 1/4 a quarter 0.25 zero point two five 1/5 a fifth 0.2 zero point two 2 1/2 two and a half 2.5 two point five 2 3/4 two and three quarters 2.75 two point seven five e Whole numbers have no plural . We say two hundred (NOT hundreds ). But when we are talking generally, we can say: hundred s of people f Numbers go before adjectives : Three large cars were coming along. but after a, an, the, this, that, these, those,  the first car some, any, all, every, either, neither  all three cars We can also use numbers before of: two of the cars / two of them...
View
Full Document
 Spring '10
 online
 Integers, twelfth twentieth

Click to edit the document details